QB coach Dave Ragone on Mitch Trubisky's big-time throws Sunday, when Trubisky threw three touchdowns and logged a 131.0 passer rating, the third highest of his career: "What I saw is great anticipation," he said of Trubisky's third TD toss, a 24-yard corner route to Taylor Gabriel. "That’s another one when you watch on the coaches’ copy, he had just come out of the break. It wasn’t like he was wide. ... And right there, you start to couple a couple of throws together and look at ‘em — the Braunecker and the Allen Robinson. Those three throws to me are three throws — especially since I’ve been here, obviously the whole time with him — those are some of the better throws, especially the Robinson throw, I’ve seen since I’ve been with him."
Bears Insider interpretation: Those throws provided an important reminder of Trubisky's ceiling, and coming from Ragone — who has seen up close every one of Trubisky's 663 attempts — it's notable that he'd lump three from Sunday in the total ledger in Year 3. More importantly, of course, over the final seven games is that Trubisky continues to flash what his ceiling can be while providing far fewer reminders of his floor.